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Argentine pesos

Best Argentine peso exchange rate

If you're travelling to Argentina, it's important to shop around and compare currency suppliers to maximise your chances of getting a good deal. We can help you to find the best Argentine peso exchange rate by comparing a wide range of UK travel money suppliers who have Argentine pesos in stock and ready to order online now. Our comparisons automatically factor in all costs and commission, so all you need to do is tell us how much you want to spend and we'll show you the top suppliers who fit the bill.

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Some of the best travel money deals are only available when you buy online. By using a comparison site, you're more likely to see the full range of deals on offer and get the best rate.

Order online

Always place your order online, even if you plan to collect your currency in person. Most supermarkets and high street currency suppliers offer better exchange rates if you order online beforehand.

Combine orders

If you're travelling with others, consider placing one large currency order instead of buying individually. Many currency suppliers offer enhanced rates that improve as you order more.

Argentine peso rate trend

Over the past 30 days, the Argentine peso rate is up 0.31% from 160 on 20 Apr to 160.496 today. This means one pound will buy more Argentine pesos today than it would have a month ago. Right now, £750 is worth approximately $120,372.00 which is $372 more than you'd have got on 20 Apr.

These are the average Argentine peso rates taken from our panel of UK travel money providers at the end of each day. You can explore this further on our British pound to Argentine peso currency chart.

Argentine peso banknotes and coins

One Argentine peso ($) can be subdivided into 100 centavos (¢).

There are six denominations of Argentine peso banknotes in frequent circulation: $20, $50, $100, $200, $500 and $1,000; and four coin denominations: $1, $2, $5 and $10. You might also come across coins from the old series which are no longer minted but are still legal tender: 1¢, 5¢, 10¢, 25¢, 50¢, $1 and $2.

Pesos are derived from Spanish dollars or 'pieces of eight' which were brought to Argentina by the Spanish in the 16th century. The name peso means 'weight' in Spanish and refers to the fact that one peso was worth one-eighth of a Spanish real - another denomination of old Spanish currency.

Argentine peso banknote denominations
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Argentine peso coin denominations
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